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Tuesday, 21 April 2009 11:59

Fujitsu launches 10.1-inch LOOX M netbook

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Cutesy and overpriced

Fujitsu
has launched a new netbook, to augment and possibly replace its black and white, art decoish FSC Amilo Mini Ui3520.

The new LOOX, well looks a lot better, almost as if it wasn't designed by Fujitsu designers, whose creations usually look like a piece of Eastern Block, Vietnam-era military kit. The specs are netbook-typical: N270, 945GSE, 1GB of RAM, 160GB of storage.

Unfortunately, Fujitsu is pricing it at just under ¥60k in Japan, which translates to just over $600. The designers did do a pretty good job, especially compared to the old Amilo Mini, but $600 is too much for any Atom-based machine.

You can find the product page here.
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